Some results of the combined administration of sarcolysin and brain tissue emulsion in experimental conditions
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A study was made of the effect produced by a 10% brain tissue emulsion on the antineoplastic activity of sarcolysin given in therapeutic doses, and on the peripheral blood of the animals treated with sarcolysin alone, or in combination with the preparation in question. A 10% brain tissue emulsion failed to reduce the antineoplastic activity of therapeutic doses of sarcolysin, but had some stimulating effect on the peripheral blood; as a result, in combined treatment with sarcolysin and brain extract the toxic action of sarcolysin on the blood of healthy and tumor-affected animals was less pronounced than when the antineoplastic preparation was administered alone.
KeywordsPublic Health Brain Tissue Combine Treatment Therapeutic Dose Toxic Action
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